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How Downtown Roswell is Doing Townhomes Right Now

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Metro Atlanta's townhome craze isn't solely the province of Brookhaven, Decatur and any sizable plot of available land near the Beltline. For proof, look no further than Vickery Falls, a project in Historic Roswell — labeled "Virginia-Highland North" by at least one dining critic — that will eventually have mixed uses. For now, Vickery Falls is offering six townhomes that start at $349,000 and eschew the fancified, traditional look of most suburban semi-detached dwellings. Expect additional condos and retail space to be built on the site "over the next year or so," spokesman Daniel Huffman tells Curbed. As for location, the townhomes are walking distance from burgeoning Canton Street and around the corner from Vickery Creek Park, with its antebellum ruins, hiking trails and waterfall. They offer three floor plans, each with 12-foot ceilings on the main level, gourmet kitchens, real hardwood floors and two-car garages. Said Huffman: "We believe it's a great project in the heart of downtown Roswell and something that the people of Atlanta would love to know about."

· Vickery Falls [Site]
· 'Riverwalk Village' Proposal Aims for Amsterdam in Roswell [Curbed]